Henrietta, Texas: Dinosaur Parade

A procession of commercially produced life-size dinosaurs -- including an Allosaurus, Spinosaurus, and a huge Brachiosaurus -- seem to favor electric car charging stations over fossil fuel.

Address:
237 Frontage Rd, Henrietta, TX
Directions:
South of town. US-287 exit onto TX-148. The dinosaurs are on the northeast side.
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Dinosaur Crossing

Located at the Texas Best Smokehouse and Shell Service Station off of U.S. 287 and Highway 148, there's a herd of life-size dinosaurs including an Allosaurus, Spinosaurus, and Brachiosaurus. You can charge your electric car while admiring the detail on these prehistoric giants.

[JB, 07/03/2020]

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